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I am programming with PyQQIS using QGIS DuFour(old version) and QGIS Las Palmas(latest version) and Python 2.7 on my system.

On QGIS DuFour I can export my model to Python script, on QGIS Las Palmas I can't.

I have synchronize my Python system with PyQgis and QGIS Las Palmas so I can create Python QGIS script standalone OK with that.

Now I want to export all my model from QGIS DuFour to Python scripts and run these scripts with PyQgis from QGIS Las Palmas.

How can I do that?

  • As per the Tour there should be only one question per question. – PolyGeo Nov 28 '16 at 21:36
  • i update my ask – Mar Nov 28 '16 at 22:18
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The latest Processing plugin version has brought back the function to export models to scripts. This plugin has become a core plugin for QGIS lately and resides within the QGIS directory. The older versions of QGIS such Dufour uses the plugin externally and it resides in the .qgis2/python/plugins/ directory.

My guess is there is a conflict between the two plugin versions. I would probably suggest either deleting (or moving) the processing folder inside your .qgis2/python/plugins/ directory then load QGIS Las palmas.

You should also note that there have been significant changes made to the processing plugin, especially a number of algorithms in the toolbox (e.g. the parameters of various algorithms have been modified). So it may be likely that when you try to run a script originally from QGIS Dufour, you may experience errors.

  • you say latest Processing plugin version has brought back the function to export models to python scripts ? – Mar Nov 29 '16 at 13:23
  • @Mar - I am using QGIS 2.18.0 and the Processing version which came with it is 2.12.99. The option to export a model to a python script is available as you can see here. – Joseph Nov 30 '16 at 10:29
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    yes i see now is available thnx all problem solve – Mar Nov 30 '16 at 16:18
  • @Mar - Most welcome, glad it helped and good luck =) – Joseph Nov 30 '16 at 16:19

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